CALL TO BOOK FOR ANGER THERAPY: 07 505 124 933
- ANGER THERAPY LONDON is a concept developed by Westminster Psychotherapy Ltd and it is an integral part of the services and therapy sessions offered at postgraduate doctorate level with over 15 years experiences in health, psychology, and psychotherapy with expert knowledge in expressed or unexpressed anger and bullying and with positive reviews.
- SUITABILITY The anger management sessions are suitable for men or women who experience uncontrollable and damaging outbursts of anger and also for people who struggle to express their anger as well as victims of bullying and domestic violence and perpetrators. To find out more what is anger management click here.
- AIM AND FREQUENCY OF THE SESSIONS The goal of the anger management sessions will be to look at anger the clients may carry towards anyone in their environment, modes of anger, triggers, history of the anger, and to learn gradually an improved expression of anger that will not lead to getting into trouble with a law or falling out with people; work colleagues, family members and members of the public. The sessions are weekly and last 6o minutes and personalized treatment plan is available to suit clients’ individual needs.
- ETHICS No judging, no punishments, mutual respect, autonomy, only collaboration and efforts to work towards feasible solutions. Confidentiality guaranteed.
RELEVANT QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATES of FOUNDER LEONA SEARS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST:
2018: Sexual Issues – Diagnosis and Treatments
2018: Supervision in the Recovery Field: Guiding Clinicians and Psychotherapists Providing Substance Abuse Treatment
2017: FEMALE BATTERERS: Male Victims: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence
2017: COUPLES THERAPY: Counterintuitive Approaches to Working More Effectively
2017: ANGER MANAGEMENT: Identifying and treating unhealthy anger
2016: Certificate Programme in Addiction (included sex and cybersex, alcohol, meth, cocaine and gambling)
2013: 440 credits gained from year 1 – 6 Doctorate Practitioner Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy with Thesis Support Experienced in Relation to WORKPLACE BULLYING (thesis about aggression at work and it’s proposed management and prevention and proposals for future research from counselling psychology and psychotherapy point of view)
2012: Hypnosis and NLP
2012: CBT with OCD
2012: CBT with Substance Misuse
2008: Working with Women affected by DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
2006: Professional Therapeutic Training
2005: BSc Psychology
1994: Qualified Psychiatric Nurse
1993: Qualified Pediatric Nurse